A special thank you goes out to our amazing DMP Foundation for Education.
Our 26th Science Discovery Day included a wide variety of hands-on science exploration from a group of enthusiastic parents and community members.
Last year's second graders made blankets for the Iditarod dogs that returned early from the race.
Now that we are back to school and well into September, the library is busy with fall literature explorations.
CPR & First Aid training are just a few of the certifications and safety protocols that our staff renew every year.
The best way to beat the summer heat is with an unexpected refreshment.
What a superb 2022/2023 school year!
DMP fourth graders built Rube Goldberg machines to turn on and LED flashlights they created.
In Spanish class, fifth-graders taste-tested snacks and drinks, describing them and sharing their opinions in Spanish.
In the fall, students made a class butterfly and symbolic paper monarchs that “migrated” to Mexico by mail following the monarch butterfly migration.